Philip M. Zyne, P.A. is an internationally recognized law firm, representing both corporate and individual clients in all fifty (50) states and throughout the world, practicing exclusively in the area of Immigration and Nationality law. Mr. Philip M. Zyne is President of the firm and has been practicing immigration law in Florida since 1974. He currently has offices in Orlando, Miami, Tampa, and Heathrow, Florida.
Mr. Zyne is a Martindale-Hubbell AV® rated attorney and is certified by The Florida Bar as a specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law. Mr. Zyne is listed in the following publications, among others:
· The Best Lawyers in America
· Florida Super Lawyers Magazine
· Florida’s Legal Elite
· Florida Monthly Magazine
· Florida Trend Magazine
· Guidebook to Law and Leading Attorneys in America
· Orlando Monthly Magazine
· Who’s Who in Florida
· Who’s Who in Executives and Professionals
He has appeared as an expert witness in the area of immigration law, in Federal, State, and Administrative Court proceedings. He has also been the lead attorney in several precedent-setting immigration law cases and has authored and published sixteen immigration self-help manuals that have been distributed around the world.
Mr. Zyne is also President of ImmigrationLinks.com, the premier immigration law website on the Internet. ImmigrationLinks.com is your source for news, information, and legal research on US immigration law. It provides you with up-to-date information and late-breaking news on important changes and developments in the law. You also have a direct link to thousands of public and private immigration-related web sites that will provide everything you need to know about US immigration law.
Mr. Zyne belongs to the following legal and professional organizations in the area of Immigration and Nationality law.
Mr. Zyne has written numerous articles for the Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education since 1982 on various topics ranging from family based visas, business based visas, and other leading topics within Immigration and Nationality law. They include the following:
He has also authored and published sixteen (16) immigration self help manuals on various immigration and naturalization topics, including the following: